Deanshaugh Farm - Lot 2Amulree, Dunkeld, PH8 0EB
Offers Over £350,000
- LOT 2 – About 48.46 hectares (119.74 acres) in total
- Permanent pasture fields - About 45.94 hectares (113.52 acres)
- Small woodland block - About 1.33 (3.29 acres)
SITUATIONDeanshaugh Farm lies in a highly scenic rural setting close to the village of Amulree and some 8 miles to the west of Dunkeld in the county of Perthshire. The Royal Burgh of Dunkeld, lying on the banks of the River Tay, is a thriving village providing good day-to-day services including a primary school, medical centre, Co-op, delicatessen, butcher, baker, together with the historic Dunkeld Cathedral and the Dunkeld House Hotel. Lying some 9 miles to the north is the Highland Perthshire town of Aberfeldy which offers further services and amenities including independent retailers, cinema and secondary school, which is located on a modern campus and provides sporting facilities and a library to the community.The city of Perth, about 22 miles to the south east, offers excellent facilities including national retailers, concert hall, theatre, cinema, leisure pool and both railway and bus stations. In addition, there is the Dewars Centre, home to the well-respected Perth Curling Club. The hills and glens of Perthshire offer many hillwalking routes, whilst winter sports may be enjoyed at Glenshee which lies about an hour’s car journey to the north.Perthshire is well served by agricultural merchants and dealers, with a successful local machinery ring that can provide additional resources as and when required. There are livestock markets in both Stirling and Forfar.DESCRIPTIONDeanshaugh Farm is a delightful hill farm lying in a highly scenic setting. It is available as a whole or in three lots. LOT 2 – LAND AT DEANSHAUGH FARM EXTENDING TO ABOUT 48.46 HECTARES (119.74 ACRES)Lying immediately to the south of Deanshaugh House and the public road is the land at Deanshaugh Farm making up Lot 2. It extends to about 48.46 hectares (119.74 acres) and is all down to grass, made up of 10 enclosures with a coniferous woodland area. The land is classified as predominantly grade 4(2) with some grade 5(3) by the James Hutton Institute. The land is bounded to the south by the River Braan with the subjects having the benefit of trout fishing.